Stranded EZjet passengers upset at CAL rates

Passengers who were booked to travel on EZjet say it is “unfair and unreasonable” that while Caribbean Airlines (CAL) has agreed to accommodate them in wake of the charter’s suspension,  they have to pay in some instances more than two times what they were  initially paying.

“This is so cruel and unfair and unreasonable to the average man… I booked my ticket since when at US$185 one way to New York and thought that Caribbean Airlines would carry me at the same price only to turn up and hear that I have to pay over $500 for the same one way,” Denstan Seecharran told Stabroek News yesterday.

Passengers had been left stranded by the suspension of EZjet Air Services by the United States Department of Transportation (DOT) and the …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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